0-plus chil­dren to par­tic­i­pate in Rip Curl Mi­cro Grom­met Series

The Miracle - - Fijian News -

MORE than 50 chil­dren will be surf­ing in the un­der 10, un­der 12 and un­der 14 boys and girls di­vi­sions at this year’s Rip Curl Mi­cro Grom­met Series to be held this Satur­day at Nata­dola beach. Fiji Surf­ing As­so­ci­a­tion head coach Ian Portin­gale said this was great way to try a

win- surf­ing con­test be­cause ev­ery­one was a

sup­port- ner in a safe surf con­di­tions and a ive en­vi­ron­ment. “The un­der 10s can have a

every- par­ent as­sist them catch waves and one’s safe. Come and see the fu­ture tal­ent of surf­ing in Fiji. As a new Olympic sport, we are look­ing for new tal­ent ev­ery­where so it could be your son or daugh­ter,” Portin­gale said.He said there would also be a free fam-

Com- ily day where the Fiji Na­tional Sports

vol­ley- mis­sion would be con­duct­ing beach ball and beach soccer. “Vatu­vara Eco Re­sort will con­duct en­vi­ron­men­tal ac­tiv­i­ties. Inia Nakalevu will be do­ing in­tro­duc­tory surf­ing lessons and Wailoaloa Board­rid­ers will be putting on a sausage siz­zle,” he said “So there are heaps to do for ev­ery­one on the beach at Nata­dola. Bring the fam­ily and en­joy this amaz­ing fam­ily day. The surf­ing starts at 10am whilst the free fam­ily day kicks off at 11am.” The surf­ing con­test is spon­sored by Rip Curl, Jacks, Hot Bread Kitchen, McDon­alds, Fiji Na­tional Sports Com­mis­sion, Vatu­vara Eco Re­sort and Wailoaloa Board­rid­ers.

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